Anastasia Arsentyeva

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Anastasia Arsentyeva

Available for


Feature Films

Gallery Poster Shoots

Music Videos

Short Films

TV Series / Episodic


Studio Features

I'm Local to:

I travel Internationally & Nationally

Unions & Affiliations

US Non-Union - Working towards


'The Beekeeper' (2023, Cedar Parks Studios / Miramax)
'Half Way' (2023, Merricat Pictures / Goons Productions)
'Such a Lovely Day' (2023, La Pêche Productions / BBC Film)
'Mango Skin' (2022, NFTS)
'Frantynbury' (2022, Molineaux Productions)
'Warm' (2022, Cosmosquare Films)
'Hanging On' (2021, Cosmosquare Films)
'Hold the Sausage' (2021, BBC New Creatives)
'Black. British. Muslim. Other.' (2021, BBC New Creatives)
'Cinderella Live' Panto (2020, GoingLive TV)

Hi, I'm Anastasia

Anastasia Arsentyeva

I’m a Russian-Dutch photographer currently based between London, Berlin and Lisbon. And very happy to travel for projects :)

I’m a filmmaker when not taking stills, and I got my start through wanting to work on projects outside of my own realm. I primarily in digital formats, but also with analogue and Polaroid photography.

Experienced in studio features (working with high-profile cast), experimental films, shorts and marketing studio shoots.

My rates are dependant on the project budget, as I like to work on a wide variety of films. Feel free to hit me up for a chat.


My Bio

I have worked as a freelance photographer on various projects unrelated to film for the past 5 years.

Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, but having grown up in the Netherlands and subsequently living in the UK, I come from a very international background, so I’m used to adjusting to new cultures and environments.

I’ve started out by working on several BFI, Doc Society and BBC-funded projects in Yorkshire, eventually working up to features and studio projects.

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Highlights from Anastasia

Not particularly film related, but what drove me to pursue photography professionally was the public response to my photography exhibition when I was 17. My graduation work was exhibited at St. Catherine’s Church in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, and consisted of portraits of people telling their stories with racist micro-aggressions they have been (or are) subjected to. The church received over 500 visitors a day, so over the course of the month I had an overwhelming amounts of thoughts and messages from people in my leather-bound notebook that was placed at the end of the exhibition.

I’d never display those photos now (I was 17…so this was quite a while back and it was by far not my best work) but it’s definitely a warm memory to look back on. I can for sure say that it gave me the confidence and validation I needed to pursue a creative career.

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